Samsung launches its new Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4+

After Samsung relaunched its Galaxy Fold, the company took courage in launching its new Chromebook. Yes, Samsung has added one to the lineup, and it’s the all-new Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4+.

Regarding the launch, the Senior Vice President and General Manager at Samsung Electronics America said, “The Samsung Chromebook 4 line is a testament to what can be achieved when you’re focused on pushing the boundaries of convenience and value for computers.”

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Samsung Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4+:

Samsung Electronics America, Inc. launched its all-new Samsung Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4+ which are the new entrants of the Chromebook lineup. The Chromebook has come in a sleek design at a very reachable price point.

The product offers both software and hardware upgrades. But the company made sure that the Chromebook did not make any sacrifices on the value which defined the Chromebook suite.

The new Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4+ are handy, cost-effective and gives easy access to the Google experience.

Design and Model of Chromebook 4 & 4+:

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The new Samsung Chromebook 4 offers a sleek design with a sophisticated look of a premium device. The major advantage of the look is, there are no visible screws on the device. The Chromebook provides an aesthetic and functional experience.

The book looks exceptionally thin, portable and light in weight that you may carry it anywhere. The screen size of the new tech is 11.6” which is comparatively small than the usual 13” MacBook’s in the market.

The Chromebook weighs around 2.6 pounds while the Chromebook 4+ is larger with a 15.6” screen weighing 3.75 pounds. Both these devices have undergone extensive durability tests ensuring the solidness. The device has also undergone eight military-grade standard tests, measuring resistance which involved extreme temperature, dust, and other shocks.

The device has withstood all these tests including the bustle of everyday life and commutes. Added, Chromebook 4 and 4+ have an extended battery life which lasts up to 10-12 hours. 


The Chromebook 4 line signifies a new gold standard of value including a high-performance level and competitive price value.

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The book comes with a 64 GB storage, 6 GB memory, and an Intel Celeron Processor N4000 so that you can store more and handle your book much faster. The device is also equipped with recent standard wireless connectivity with Gigabit Wi-Fi capabilities.

It also helps you transfer GBs of data in a matter of seconds. The USB-C port is not just meant for fast charging but also encourages fast data transfer. With a rate of 5 GBPS now it is easy for you to upload your presentations in just a snap. Isn’t that interesting?


The Samsung Chromebook 4 is now available at $229.99, and Samsung Chromebook 4+ at $299.99. The device is out for sale from October 7, 2019, at Best Buy and and selective retailers.

Planning to switch to a new tech gig, Samsung’s Chromebook 4 is a good choice, I promise, you will never regret it later.

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